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  1. #1
    Lee
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    hi,

    does anyone facing problem when using loudspeaker for the above model? I
    can't talk simultaneously with the receipient. Pls advise.

    Lee





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  2. #2
    John Phillips
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    Re: 6230-loudspeaker



    On Wed, 22 Dec 2004, at 23:19:51 [GMT +0800] (02:19:51 Thursday, 23 December
    2004 where I live) "Lee" wrote:

    > does anyone facing problem when using loudspeaker for the above model? I
    > can't talk simultaneously with the receipient. Pls advise.


    I use it extensively when in a car; I have real old firmware version 3.15,
    and no problems at all, except sometimes the microphone seems to pick up a
    lot of external noise.

    --
    Never check for an error you don't know how to handle.




  3. #3
    Ƨ
    Guest

    Re: 6230-loudspeaker

    On Wed, 22 Dec 2004 23:19:51 +0800, "Lee" <[email protected]> wrote:

    >hi,
    >
    >does anyone facing problem when using loudspeaker for the above model? I
    >can't talk simultaneously with the receipient. Pls advise.
    >
    >Lee


    What? You want to talk to someone at the exact same time they are
    talking to you, so neither of you can listen to each other? Maybe
    not.

    If you mean you can't stick a call on loudspeaker, put your handset
    down on a table and wander around the room speaking normally, then the
    clue to your dilemma is in the term 'loudspeaker'.

    The 6230 does not offer a hands-free speakerphone function, so your
    side of the conversation will not be picked up any better than laying
    any other phone down and going walkabout. It's a loudspeaker, to
    amplify whatever you are listening to, not whatever you are saying.

    This same question was asked and answered on Wednesday 15th December,
    in this newsgroup. Try using Google's usenet groups search next time?

    http://groups.google.com/advanced_group_search?hl=en.



  4. #4
    Greg N.
    Guest

    Re: 6230-loudspeaker

    Ƨ wrote:

    > The 6230 does not offer a hands-free speakerphone function,


    sure does. The Nokia 6230 is a hands free speaker phone, but in
    speakerphone mode, it is limited to half duplex mode. See
    http://www.phonescoop.com/glossary/term.php?fid=5




  5. #5
    Ƨ
    Guest

    Re: 6230-loudspeaker

    On Wed, 22 Dec 2004 18:51:00 +0100, "Greg N." <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >Ƨ wrote:
    >
    >> The 6230 does not offer a hands-free speakerphone function,

    >
    >sure does. The Nokia 6230 is a hands free speaker phone, but in
    >speakerphone mode, it is limited to half duplex mode. See
    >http://www.phonescoop.com/glossary/term.php?fid=5


    If it can be defined as a speakerphone it's a pretty poor
    implementation. You'd have to kep the handset within a metre or so. I
    recall an old analogue cellphone I had 7 years ago that performed
    brilliantly with this function.



  6. #6
    Johan Wevers
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    Re: 6230-loudspeaker

    "Ƨ" wrote:

    > I recall an old analogue cellphone I had 7 years ago that performed
    > brilliantly with this function.


    But it probably had heavier batteries than the entire 6230 weights...

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  7. #7
    Rv!
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    Re: 6230-loudspeaker


    > But it probably had heavier batteries than the entire 6230 weights...


    It also had probably less than 10% of the processor intelligence
    and audio DSP capability too, yet it did a better job.
    Rv!





  8. #8
    >-LuVbuG-
    Guest

    Re: 6230-loudspeaker

    "Ƨ" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > On Wed, 22 Dec 2004 18:51:00 +0100, "Greg N." <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    >>Ƨ wrote:
    >>
    >>> The 6230 does not offer a hands-free speakerphone function,

    >>
    >>sure does. The Nokia 6230 is a hands free speaker phone, but in
    >>speakerphone mode, it is limited to half duplex mode. See
    >>http://www.phonescoop.com/glossary/term.php?fid=5

    >
    > If it can be defined as a speakerphone it's a pretty poor
    > implementation. You'd have to kep the handset within a metre or so. I
    > recall an old analogue cellphone I had 7 years ago that performed
    > brilliantly with this function.


    You are correct in saying this - that's why it's called "loudspeaker" and
    not "speakerphone"; the mic does not increase in sensitivity when activated.

    --
    Antz
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  9. #9
    Johan Wevers
    Guest

    Re: 6230-loudspeaker

    "Rv!" wrote:

    >> But it probably had heavier batteries than the entire 6230 weights...


    > It also had probably less than 10% of the processor intelligence
    > and audio DSP capability too, yet it did a better job.


    A better job? Perhaps as a car-based phone. If you want to be understandable
    when driving, don't use speakers or cheap carkits but just hold the phone in
    your hand. Or use a good carkit, that nowadays probably costs less than those
    old ATF3 phones did then.

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  10. #10
    Lee
    Guest

    Re: 6230-loudspeaker

    is there a code to change from full duplex to half duplex, or vice versa? i
    have read the spec, it is full duplex phone but i think my phone was change
    to half duplex...pls reply. TQ.

    Lee
    "Greg N." <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Ƨ wrote:
    >
    > > The 6230 does not offer a hands-free speakerphone function,

    >
    > sure does. The Nokia 6230 is a hands free speaker phone, but in
    > speakerphone mode, it is limited to half duplex mode. See
    > http://www.phonescoop.com/glossary/term.php?fid=5
    >






  11. #11
    Greg N.
    Guest

    Re: 6230-loudspeaker

    Lee wrote:
    > is there a code to change from full duplex to half duplex, or vice versa?


    None that I know of


    > I have read the spec, it is full duplex phone but i think my
    > phone was change to half duplex


    I don't think the specs say anything about full duplex *speakerphone*.
    Without the speaker, the phone is full duplex, or is yours not?



  12. #12
    Lee
    Guest

    Re: 6230-loudspeaker

    yes. without the loudspeaker, my phone is fullduplex..

    "Greg N." <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Lee wrote:
    > > is there a code to change from full duplex to half duplex, or vice

    versa?
    >
    > None that I know of
    >
    >
    > > I have read the spec, it is full duplex phone but i think my
    > > phone was change to half duplex

    >
    > I don't think the specs say anything about full duplex *speakerphone*.
    > Without the speaker, the phone is full duplex, or is yours not?






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